Causes Both Feet From Swelling From The Calf To The Sole Of The Foot?
I want to ask my 45-year-old mother, her legs are swollen from her legs to the sole of the foot, what are the symptoms and the medicine?
Thank you for the question.
Symmetrical swelling from the calf to the sole of a 45-year-old woman is most often caused by:
Blood flow is not smooth, for example due to the use of tight pants or narrow shoes, because sitting too long bending the legs Varicose Fluctuations in hormones, for example during pregnancy, menstruation, using certain birth control. Heart disorders, for example congestive heart failure, weak heart, heart rhythm disorders Other factors such as infections, deep vein thrombosis, drug side effects, kidney disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, malnutrition, liver disorders, discharged injuries, lymphedema, etc. Swelling that your mother experiences can be a temporary condition, but can also last longer if not further handled. Some of the causes of the swelling above also need to be treated immediately so as not to lead to serious complications, including death. Therefore, you should accompany your mother to check her condition directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine in order to do a physical examination and supporting examinations (such as blood tests, urine tests, heart records, x-rays, ultrasound) in a comprehensive way ... Depending on the cause, the condition of the mother You can later be treated by a doctor differently.
At present, what can be done is:
Do not just carelessly give your mother medicine Let your mother rest more, position her legs that are swollen higher, for example by being propped up by a pillow or hung up Do not massage swollen legs Limit feeding of high-salt foods to your mother. Give your mother more rich foods fiber, like fruits and vegetables Remind your mother to exercise regularly, maintain ideal body weight, and don't sit bending your legs for too long.